The First in the Country: Care Choice Seasoning Powder for Clean Diet (No Salt & Sugar Added)

This formula from Care Choice was developed for people who need to control sodium.

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Right Diet for Kidney Disease Patients

Patients with kidney disease should avoid low-sodium seasonings that are substituted with potassium chloride salt. Potassium chloride provides the same salty taste but is not suitable for patients with kidney disease because the kidneys have to work harder to remove it from the body.

Therefore, Care Choice has invented and developed a seasoning powder that kidney disease patients can consume. This powder is made from 100% natural ingredients without any chemical additives, flavors, colors, MSG, or preservatives. It can be used in various recipes to transform bland flavors into delicious ones. This product helps kidney disease patients enjoy tasty food without worrying about their sodium intake.

Seasonings for Kidney Patients

For kidney disease patients searching for delicious and appetizing seasonings that can be used in various kidney-friendly recipes, there is no need to worry about sodium intake. Care Choice recommends its seasonings powder in two formulas: 1) Reduced Sodium and 2) No Salt & Sugar Added (the first in the country). There is a range of flavors for you to choose from. Importantly, all options are free from potassium salt, making them suitable for patients with kidney disease at any stage, as well as for anyone aiming to control their sodium intake.

Care Choice pays great attention to the selection of safe ingredients. All our formulas are crafted using chemical-free vegetables and freshly sourced spices, ensuring a seasoning powder that tantalizes the taste budsand transforms bland flavors into a delightful taste for kidney disease patients.

Whether you order Care Choice products for yourself or as a thoughtful gift for your loved ones, you can be confident that you are providing them with the best and safest gift of health. We firmly believe that when kidney disease patients can savor tasty and safe food, it has a positive impact on their physical and mental well-being.

Stages of Chronic Kidney Disease

Kidneys are responsible for excreting water and waste in the form of urine, maintaining sodium and potassium balance in the body, and regulating hormones and blood pressure. Kidney function is typically assessed by measuring the glomerular filtration rate (GFR), which is divided into five stages.

Stage 1 and 2: GFR greater than 80. This is an initial stage.
Stage 3: GFR value below 60. This stage marks the onset of kidney problems.
Stage 4: GFR value below 30. Kidney function significantly decreases during this stage.
Stage 5: GFR value below 15. This is the stage of renal failure.

As kidney function worsens, dietary adjustments become increasingly necessary based on the stage of kidney deterioration

Cooking for kidney patients

Preparing homemade meals for kidney disease patients is the most effective way to regulate their nutritional intake, especially for those with strict sodium restrictions. It is important to consider that patients may have a reduced appetite. To enhance the flavor of their meals, it is recommended to incorporate sour and spicy ingredients, as well as various herbs and spices such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, garlic, basil leaves, galangal, lemon basil leaves, red onions, and limes. These ingredients not only add aroma but also make the food more appetizing.

Kidney-friendly dishes with a sour and spicy taste can include sour soup, tom yum, sweet and sour soup, steamed fish with lime sauce and herbs, and Thai spicy salads (Yum), among others.

It is crucial to avoid using seasonings that are high in sodium, including both salty and non-salty flavor enhancers like MSG and baking powder.

What Causes Kidney Disease?

Kidney disease can be caused by unhealthy food choices and frequent consumption of meals prepared outside the home, such as marinated pork, grilled pork, noodles, made-to-order dishes, and fast food. Additionally, certain eating habits, such as consuming soups or enjoying spicy foods, and using a variety of seasonings in cooking, can also impact kidney health. It is worth mentioning that regularly consuming processed foods like instant noodles, frozen meals, and snacks can also contribute to the risk of kidney disease.

The Effects of High Sodium Foods

Regularly consuming salty or high-sodium foods increases the risk of kidney disease and other noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, chronic kidney disease, and swelling.

Article on kidney-friendly dishes

How to Choose Low-Potassium Foods for Kidney Disease Patients:

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Kidney-friendly Recipes


5 Ways to Reduce Sodium Intake

Sodium Content in Seasonings

How to read label


Kidney-friendly Recipes

Sour Soup with Napa Cabbage and Snakehead Fish


  1. 1 tbsp. of sour soup paste (Kaeng Som paste)
  2. Snakehead fish
  3. Napa cabbage (4-5 stalks)
  4. 2 Chinese long beans (boiled and dried once)
  5. Tamarind Paste
  6. Palm sugar
  7. 1-2 tbsps. of Care Choice Seasoning Powder (No Salt & Sugar Added)


  1. Dissolve the sour soup paste in water and pour it into a pot. Heat until it reaches a boil.
  2. Add tamarind pasteand palm sugar.
  3. Once it boils, gently add the fish without stirring.
  4. Add the prepared vegetables.
  5. Season with 1-2 teaspoons of Care Choice Seasoning Powder (No Salt & Sugar Added).

Stir-Fried Egg White Noodles with Chicken


  1. Egg White Noodles
  2. 3 eggs (use egg whites only)
  3. Chicken meat
  4. Diced carrots
  5. Minced Garlic
  6. Oil
  7. Pepper
  8. Care Choice seasoning powder (Happy Meal)


  1. Heat oil in a pan and add minced garlic. Stir-fry together with chicken until the chicken starts to dry. Set aside.
  2. Add a little oil to the pan and pour in the egg whites. Once cooked, use a ladle to cut it into strips. Then add the stir-fried chicken and mix thoroughly.
  3. Add the diced carrots and continue stirring.
  4. Season the dish with 1-2 teaspoons of Care Choice seasoning powder (Happy Meal).
  5. Transfer to a plate and sprinkle with pepper.

Stir-Fried Cucumber with Egg White


  1. Cucumbers
  2. Minced Garlic
  3. Egg white
  4. Clean water
  5. Oil
  6. Care Choice Seasoning Powder (No Salt & Sugar Added)


  1. Heat oil in a pan and add minced garlic. Fry until it turns yellow.
  2. Season with 1-2 teaspoons of Care Choice Seasoning Powder (No Salt & Sugar Added).
  3. Turn up the heat and break the eggs into the pan. Gently scramble the eggs and continue stir-frying until they are fully cooked. Turn off the heat, transfer the dish to a plate, and serve.

Reduced Sodium Seasoning Powder

Vegetable Seasoning Powder (No Salt & Sugar Added) – 105g. 180 Baht

*Stevia is a natural substitute for sweetness. No calories Safe for diabetics and those who want to control sugar and weight*

Vegetable Seasoning Powder (Happy Meal) – 90g. 180 Baht

*Luo Han Guo: Sweetener instead of sugar It has no effect on blood sugar levels, and gives a soft sweetness, so it is safe for the elderly and those who want to control sugar levels, helping to make the kidney disease menu delicious and not tasteless.*

Vegetable Seasoning Powder (Original for Clean Diet) – 150g. 159 Baht

*Onion reduces fat and sugar in the blood vessels*

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Healthy Clean Diet

Care Choice Garlic Powder 80g. 145 Baht

It is a medicinal plant and a seasoning that enhances the taste of food, has a unique smell of garlic which is amazing that enhances the taste of food and quenches fishiness very well.

Care Choice Spice Blend for Thai Kitchen 70g. 149 Baht

Garlic, pepper, and coriander root that many housewives use as a secret to make food delicious and mellow, helping to quench the fishy smell of meat. Use stir-fry and cook broth to help make food taste better. Convenient, no need to pound yourself.

Care Choice Spice Blend in Coconut Oil 70g. 89 Baht

Garlic, pepper, coriander root Coconut oil blend Cooking tips: Whether stir-fried, grilled, or fried, help to remove the fishy smell of meat. Marinate the meat for about 15-30 minutes, it will increase the tenderness and give the spice flavor to the meat.

5 Ways to Reduce Sodium Intake

Every day, the body requires 1,500 mg of sodium, which is approximately equivalent to four teaspoons of fish sauce. *The World Health Organization recommends not exceeding a daily intake of 2,000 mg of sodium.*

Consuming an excess of sodium can lead to high blood pressure, which, in turn, accelerates kidney disorders.

Technique 1: Prepare your own meals to control the sodium content in seasonings.

While cooking, avoid adding salt until the final step. Utilize sour and spicy flavors to enhance the overall taste of the dish.

Technique 2: Cut down on processed foods like sausage, ham, fermented pork, and Vietnamese pork sausage (Moo Yor), as they can contain 7-10 times more sodium.

For processed foods with high sodium levels, such as canned fish, frozen meals, instant noodles, and snacks, it is advisable to check the sodium content indicated on the nutrition label.

Opt for lightly cooked dishes prepared through steaming and grilling, with a focus on fresh vegetables Choose lightly cooked dishes prepared through steaming and grilling. Opt for fresh vegetables.

Technique 3: Cut back on salty soup and sauce.

Change your eating habits by adopting the following practices:

  • For soup noodles, switch to chopsticks instead of spoons.
  • When having rice with curry, serve the curry separately in small cups.
  • Use forks and chopsticks to pick up food instead of spoons.

Sodium Content in Foods (per tablespoon):

  • Curry Soup: 1,500 mg
  • Noodle Soup: 1,500 mg
  • Stir-Fry Sauce: 400 mg
  • Somtam Sauce: 2,000 mg

Technique 4: Check the nutrition label to determine the milligrams of sodium per serving. Most of the sodium from seasonings comes from ingredients like MSG, salt, and other salty substances, which can be a concern for people with kidney disease. It’s also important to consider the amount of potassium included.

Here are examples of how to check nutrition labels for commonly used seasonings. For people with kidney disease, it’s crucial to be cautious and control the quantity of these seasonings to avoid excessive sodium intake.

Technique 5: Decrease consumption of spicy foods and limit the use of seasonings. The more seasonings you add, the saltier the dish becomes. Moreover, avoid excessive use of various seasonings, whether it’s seasoning powder, soy sauce, or fish sauce, all at the same time.

Sodium Content in Seasonings

The sodium content: typical seasonings vs. Care Choice (Reduced Sodium)

Each formula of Care Choice seasoning powder contains varying levels of sodium, yet all deliver delightful flavors. This versatility allows you to prepare a wide range of dishes, making it easy for consumers to select the formula that matches their sodium requirements.

For comparison, let’s take cooking with typical seasoning powder into account. For each teaspoon of typical seasoning powder, the sodium content is 900 mg. In contrast, when you use 1 teaspoon of Care Choice seasoning powder (No Salt & Sugar Added), the sodium content, which comes from natural ingredients, is only 10 mg.

The daily recommended sodium intake

The World Health Organization sets a daily sodium intake limit at 2,000 milligrams. Consuming either too much or too little can have adverse effects on the body.

In one packet of instant noodles, there is 1,270 milligrams of sodium, which is over half of the daily recommended intake. This is why we should make informed food choices and understand how to read nutrition labels.

Sodium Content in Different Types of Foods

Sodium is present in many of the foods we consume regularly, both as a natural component, like in eggs, meat, and vegetables, and as added sodium, often from seasonings. Therefore, it’s crucial to monitor your daily sodium intake to safeguard your kidneys from excessive waste excretion.

Understanding Nutrition Labels

Nutrition labels, found on food packaging, provide a rectangular box of ‘Nutrition Information.’ This valuable resource enables you to understand the type and quantity of nutrients per single serving.

For people with kidney disease or those looking to manage their sodium intake, here are key considerations:

  1. First, look up the recommended serving size, often provided as instructions on how much to use per serving, like 1 teaspoon or 1 tablespoon.
  2. Next, see the sodium content per serving (milligrams). For instance, 1 teaspoon may contain 100 milligrams of sodium.

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